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this morning for victim krystle campbell. >> this has been a terrifying time for boostonians, how is boston coping one week later? >> one week later we are seeing signs of moving forward. copely square is being cleaned up, that's the crime scene last monday. crews were there yesterday cleaning it up. we hope it will be reopened to the public within a couple days or there's a five phase plan from fbi agents to order up copely care. and everywhere you look you see the motto boston strong. that's what everyone is feeling here. boston strong. they want to move forward. later today at 2:50 p.m., the exact time the first bomb went off a week ago, there will be a moment of silence throughout the state of massachusetts. >> pamela brown joining us in boston, thank you. >>> there's still a lot of police work to do, but boston's police commissioner says he is confident that the tsarnaev brothers were the two major culprits. he said there is no indication they were taking orders from a terrorist group. >> i'm confident they were the two major actors in the violence that occurred. i'm very, very sure th
to business as usual, heartache remains for many. late their morning, 29-year-old krystle campbell, who was killed in the explosions, will be laid to rest in bedford, massachusetts. a memorial was planned for the third victim, lingzi lu on boston university's campus tonight. critically injured transit officer, richard donohue remains hospitalized. >> this was an injury where the officer's blood volume was almost entirely lost to the point of the heart stopping. >> reporter: now doctors are saying they are cautiously optimistic about his recovery. >> reporter: today at 2:50 p.m., the exact time the first bomb went off a week ago there will ab moment of silence throughout the state of massachusetts. that will be followed by a ringing of the bells in boston and elsewhere. john? >> that's right. the city and the state will come together one more time today at 2:50 p.m. pamela brown, our thanks to you. >>> as developments unfold, investigators will examine the activities of tamerlan tsarnaev including a trip he took to russia. he was on the fbi's radar because of possible links to extremism,
-old krystle campbell, who was killed in the explosion, will be laid to rest in bedford, massachusetts. a memorial was planned for the third victim, lingzi lu on boston university campus tonight. her parents who traveled from china will be in attendance. meantime critically injured transit officer richard donahue, remains hospitalized. >> this was a truly exsanguinating injury meaning that the officer's blood volume was almost entirely lost to the point of heart stopping. >> reporter: now doctors are saying they are cautiously optimistic about his recovery. at 2:50 p.m. today, the exact time the first blast went off one week ago, all massachusetts residents are being asked to observe a moment of silence in honor of the victims. and, john, this is certainly still a city in recovery. but you do get a sense that the city is resilient. you mentioned the boston strong signs. you see those all over the city. that's really been the motto since the attack and we're seeing that this morning on local buses. john? >> all right, pamela brown here in boston with us. again, that moment of silence ha
now know, 29-year-old krystle campbell. what a life she had. so much love from her entire family. and also, martin richard, young boy just 8 years old. a candlelight vigil held last night in his honor. people packing a park in his dorchester neighborhood. as for the injured, some good news to tell you about this morning. at least 100 of the 183 people taken to the hospital, they have now been released. we are -- >> we're hearing president obama set to visit boston tomorrow just to make everybody understand how big this is to the country. there will be an interfaith service when we gets here. we're tracking this entire story for you live in boston, looking at who was lost, but also the important steps toward finding who did this and why. let's bring in national correspondent susan candiotti joining us here in boston with the latest. susan? >> good morning, chris. because of these photos, we are now getting a close-up look at what a killer or killers used to kill and to maim innocent people. crime scene photos show part of what could be a pressure cooker used in the bombings. other
of an explosive device rigged to inflict maximum damage here. >>> 29-year-old krystle campbell died right near the marathon finish line. her mother simply heart broken. >> she was a wonderful person. everybody that knew her loved he her. >> the family was initially told that krystle had survived. >>> and the sweet signature tune for the boston red sox at fenway park turns up of all places at yankee stadium on the playlist last night, and i know everybody was rooting for boston. >> what a tribute. >> goosebumps watching that. good wednesday morning. welcome to a special edition of "early start." i'm brooke baldwin. >> i'm john bermen. we are live in boston. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> new developments in the boston marathon bombings to tell you about this morning. investigators tracking down some 2,000 leads. 2,000. examining chilling new photos. these photos just released overnight showing the remains of one of the detonated devices. they show wires, they show a battery and bits of what appears to be a circuit board. reuters says a government official who did not want to be identified shar
lingzi lu and krystle campbell and the m.i.t. police officer shot down, sean collier. yes the city has the jubilation and also the tragedy and some of the victim's families responded to the arrest, john, the brother of krystle campbell telling "the boston globe" he's glad this arrest happen and it doesn't bring his sister back and the sentiment echoed by the richard family saying none of this will bring back our beloved martin so you still have a long, long way to go here. >> nothing will bring back their children, their brothers, their sisters. poppy harlow in watertown, thank you so much. >> the richard family still has the recovery of their daughter and the mother. so this is just still just the beginning for the families. spokesman for russian president vladimir putin says russia wants to get official information on the boston bombing suspects from the united states and expects there to be contact between investigators of both countries. >> how likely is this? let's ask barbara starr joining us now. what do we know about this russian/u.s. connection? >> well, john, christine, good
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